I’ve got some e-Books that I think you will find useful and convenient. I will be adding more books on a fairly regular schedule. They are available from Amazon in their Kindle Bookstore — just click on the photos of the book covers below. If you don’t have a Kindle, it’s OK. Just download the free Kindle Reader for your Android, iPhone, iPad, laptop, desktop, or whatever device you have. If put the books on your phone, like I do, so much the better. You’ll have the recipes with you, so when you shop you can immediately find the ingredients you need!

Lots of the contents come from this web site, but it’s in a more convenient form. There are usually also some new recipes that are not on the site.

One of the most popular books is “Learn to Cook 101”, which is for someone (of nearly any age) to whom the kitchen is foreign territory. In 20 lessons, you’ll go from boiling water to make hard boiled eggs and pasta to being able to fix a family feast for a holiday. For only $2.99 it is also a great affordable gift idea! Also, if you would like to build a small aquaponic system, my “Tabletop Aquaponics” book is for you! Learn about aquaponics while having fresh herbs and veggies every day. And let the plants take care of the aquarium so you never have to change stinking water! This book is consistently one of my best-sellers!

Wolfgang Puck has a great invention called the Pressure Oven. It cooks in less time, but unliike the microwave or pressure cooker, it’s a real oven and browns the food beautifully. It bakes, roasts, toasts, and broils using much less time and energy. My book also has tips on using the oven. It is not intended to replace the books that come with the oven, but to add to its usefulness and your enjoyment. If you don’t already have a pressure oven order one here.

 

Click on the books to go to Amazon to buy or review a book. If you buy a book, thank you very much. If you review it, thanks even more!

 

To see more books written by John Choisser, please visit this website.

John Choisser is also the founder of Readerplace Books, LLC. The mission of Readerplace is to provide authors an affordable alternative to the conventional publishing industry for their EBooks and print books. To learn more about Readersplace, please visit this website.

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Cooking Dude has been working with a noted Southern California interior designer (my wife) to help design kitchens for her clients. Please visit www.AnnaRodeDesigns.com for more information.

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